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TP-Link Nano AC600 USB Wifi Adapter(Archer T2U Nano)- 2.4G/5G Dual Band Wireless Network Adapter for PC Desktop, Mini Travel Size, Supports Windows…

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  • AC600 Nano size wireless Dual band USB Wi Fi adapter for fast and high speed Wi Fi connection.
  • Strong 2. 4G/5G connection allows the user to use the Internet with lag free experience.
  • Sleek and miniature sized design allows the user to plug and leave the device in its place.
  • Industry Leading Support: 2 YEAR WARRANTY AND FREE 24/7 TECHNICAL SUPPORT
  • Supports Windows 10, 8. 1, 8, 7, XP/ Mac OS X 10. 9 10.14
  • Driver installation may be required, please go to TP Link website for the latest driver for your operating systems.
  • To be eligible for TP Link’s Warranty, please confirm and purchase from “Sold by Amazon”

Specification: TP-Link Nano AC600 USB Wifi Adapter(Archer T2U Nano)- 2.4G/5G Dual Band Wireless Network Adapter for PC Desktop, Mini Travel Size, Supports Windows…

Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Brand TP-Link
Series AC600 Dual Band
Item model number Archer T2U Nano
Operating System Windows XP, Windows 10
Item Weight 0.004 ounces
Product Dimensions 0.59 x 0.28 x 0.73 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH 0.59 x 0.28 x 0.73 inches
Manufacturer TP-Link
ASIN B07PB1X4CN
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available March 5, 2019

10 reviews for TP-Link Nano AC600 USB Wifi Adapter(Archer T2U Nano)- 2.4G/5G Dual Band Wireless Network Adapter for PC Desktop, Mini Travel Size, Supports Windows…

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  1. TatiannaJ

    I have a Windows 10 computer (Dell Inspiron 13). Since the newest Windows 10 update about 4 months ago, my internet gets disconnected at random times several dozen per hour, and I have to use the troubleshooting to get it to work for a couple minutes, before it drops off. I’ve tried *everything* in the troubleshooting book. Uninstalling. Installing newest version. Installing old version. Changing every setting. Formatting again. Calling time and time again, nothing works. Then I finally stumbled upon a post that specified my wireless card and the specific update, and it clicked. They recommended a wireless adapter, and this was one of Amazon’s top recommendations.

    Plugged it in, and it immediately went to work. I only had to select Wifi-3 (my internal adapter defaulted to 2), re-enter my home wireless password, and I was connected the entire night. It did not flicker once all night. No slow downs. I had forgotten what it was like not to have to load up my home page just to see if I was still connected or not. Should’ve gotten this months ago.

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  2. Sidd

    Model: Archer T2U Nano (AC600 dual band)

    I bought this for a Windows 7 laptop for two reasons:
    1. The laptop’s built-in WiFi was becoming unreliable.
    2. The built-in WiFi only supported 2.4GHz band but not 5GHz band.

    Pros:
    Very small size i.e. same size as a wireless mouse recevier.
    Works very well on the 5GHz band.
    Green LED indicates it’s working.
    Installation of drivers using included CD was easy.

    Cons:
    Installation using drivers downloaded directly from the manufacturer’s web site did not work.
    Unable to update the drivers either. I’m glad my laptop had a CD/DVD reader to install the driver from.

    Speed test:
    According to the speed tests, performance of the 2.4GHz band is mixed.
    When I’m located close to the router, 2.4GHz band works well and is faster than the built-in Wifi of my laptop.
    When located in another room, then the 2.4GHz band is very poor in comparison to the built-in WiFi (Realtek chip).
    Speed on the 5GHz band is steady and strong regardless of which room I’m located in.
    This is slightly disappointing – not sure what the technical reasons are.

    I guess I’ll stick to the 5GHz band as the default on this adapter – it is strong and fast.

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  3. Singularity

    If you don’t need certain apple features like air drop then this is a great replacement to get WiFi for those older MacBook and MacBook airs with WiFi issues.

    I bought this for a Mac mini that was abused by its owner. Aside from fixing the fan and thermal paste, I discovered that WiFi though powering on and Bluetooth working (on the same card); the WiFi no linger worked.

    Didn’t feel like spending upwards of $60 for a new one and then opening up the Mini again. Especially with the custom fix I implemented for its other issues.

    $15, plug in to USB, install software and restart.

    That’s all that was needed.

    This does support Mojave but would caution in future OS versions as the software seems to be 32 bit which means TP Link needs to update the support software in the future.

    All review points are accurate except support as I had not needed to contact them but graded them on ease of access of software and potential questionable future support.

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  4. VNG

    I felt like smashing my HP Spectre X360 Laptop. It uses the garbage Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7265 for wifi and it would literally disconnect every couple of minutes. The most unstable POS wifi Intel has ever made… I was about to trash the laptop and probably buy a new one, when I figured I would give this little TP-Link Mini a shot. Figured $25, why not.

    Holy sweet stable 5G networking! Rock solid and full speed with not a single disconnect so far. So satisfied. Just plug it in, place your drink on the included coaster in the box, go to the TP Link website and download the most recent driver. Windows will probably auto install one, but the website will be newer.

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  5. Sierra Lover

    Would not, and could not, install this dongle. Upon plugging it into a USB port, Windows 10 recognized it not as a Wifi adapter but instead a storage device. Went to the manufacturer’s website and downloaded their drivers, but the end result was the same. Even tried installing on another computer but to no avail. Emailed their tech support and, 10 days later, have no heard squat from them. Maybe I just had a bad pick of the litter but I had to return the sucker.

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  6. Revrox

    Attention Canadian buyers!!!!
    Do not attempt to download drivers from the Canadian TP-link website! Make sure you visit the US site. The instruction sheet doesn’t mention this and it caused me a lot of issues and time wasted on the support line.
    This will not be an issue if you have a working optical drive as a disk is provided with the adaptor.
    Once installed, the adaptor appears to be working nicely.
    Installed on a mid 2010 MacBook Pro.

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  7. Justin

    The Archer T2U Nano is okay for certain use cases, if you have a sub 150 mbps internet connection or you just want to add internet to a device that doesn’t have it and aren’t particularly concerned about speed, it’s an excellent value (most Wi-Fi USB adapters that are sub $15 seem to be sad, single band N150 affairs) and it takes up virtually no space. However, you shouldn’t expect to get the full rated speeds that TP-Link states that the device is capable of, in my experience, after over 50 speed tests using the 5 GHz band I managed no more than 175.15Mbps, and more consistently fell to around 165Mbps. It is in fact the only device that I own that is not capable of exceeding 200Mbps on my connection. For comparison, TP-Link states that a 433Mbps connection is possible using the 5Ghz band and the 802.11ac standard. Obviously, you get what you pay for, but you should be aware that you’re only getting roughly 40% of the advertised performance of this device.

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  8. kflaming

    Worked really well bringing my old laptop’s Wi-Fi into the current decade. Then suddenly it won’t connect on 2.4 GHz band at all and the 5 GHz band connects only at 1/4 to 1/3 the speed it used to. I can’t stream video anymore! I’ve tried restarting, shutting down, device on another machine; nothing resurrects it. It’s not my Wi-Fi as another laptop sitting right beside my old one connects at the expected speeds. I really wish I could figure out how to get the Industry Leading Support: 2 YEAR WARRANTY AND FREE 24/7 TECHNICAL SUPPORT! promised by TP-Link. There’s no links anywhere! Mine was shipped and sold by Amazon.com.

    4/19/20 update:
    Received a second (new) one that behaves similar to the failed one in that it only connects on the 5 GHz band at 1/4 to 1/3 the speed of the original when it was working correctly. I started to suspect Microsoft did something to my USB port configuration or driver but I ordered a Gbit Ethernet adaptor that transfers at the expected speed.

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  9. Jahnna

    It works perfectly. I didn’t even need to install a driver. It was plug and play for me. However, I feel like I have to dock a star because of the packaging. You can see the nano adapter from outside the box but as you can see, the packaging is huge for something so tiny. I assume this is because of the CD installer for the driver. The box is 3 cm deep though so it’s still too much. Who has ever seen a 1.25″ CD? And who needs a CD to install a driver these days anyway? I could have just as easily gone online to download the driver, which as I have mentioned before, I didn’t even need to do because it worked as soon as I plugged it in.

    In this day and age, I really feel like I need to bring this kind of irresponsible packaging to the attention of manufacturers/sellers/buyers. We have too much rubbish in our landfills and companies need to be sensitive in making their packaging. They all say that these are recyclable, but I have learned that a very small percentage of our recyclables actually get recycled. We just have to do our part in making sure that the products we use have less packaging.

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  10. Caroline M.

    Item receives my wifi signal strongly, as much as any of my other wifi products around the house. Works fine. Didnt need to install anything before using it – using W10 on an old low-end laptop that drops wifi often with OEM on-board adapter.

    I recommend for anybody that needs a wifi adapter with a small nano profile.

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